This Week on CPTV: Students and staff debate whether its time to shift to E-Days, and the Crown Point Holiday Lights tour is in full swing.
This week on CPTV: The Hunger Strike Music festival sounds off at the Courthouse, the National Honors Society unites student groups to provide gifts to area children, and the girls’ basketball team is off to a pretty impressive start.
This week on CPTV: Contractors are onsite 7 days a week, quickly attempting to wrap up work on a new, off the square attraction site, new graduation pathway requirements for the class of 2023 can actually benefit some students starting this year, and we’ll get you caught up on all things CP sports after the completion of all fall sports and the start of winter sports season.
This week on CPTV: we asked seniors opinions on their last year of high school, we bring you final graduation information as the ceremony draws near, and the baseball and softball teams both begin their quest for sectional titles.
This week on CPTV: The CPHS Student Council hosts its annual dance marathon for Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, the long-abandoned Crown Theatre has been purchased and is being revamped into a multi-purpose community auditorium, and the tennis team hosted Lowell at home Monday night.
This week on CPTV: Ben Land asks you to take the U.S. Citizenship test, the Spanish club participates in the Pulsera project, we bring you CP softball highlights from last weeks DAC duel, and we’re giving away more concert tickets for this summer.
This week on CPTV: CPHS Spanish students immerse themselves in culture over spring break, Green Machine does their part to save the planet at CPHS, and Ben Land is on a search to find out how well you know our school community.
This week on CPTV: CPHS students participate in a nationwide “Walk Out Against Gun Violence”, Ashley Reed brings us student perspectives on parking lot safety, and the fashion club hosts CP’s first-ever Prom fashion show.
This week on CPTV: Armando Bracco explores the idea of arming teachers as a way to protect schools, wings painted on the learning commons’ windows are a step to a bigger project, and the track and field teams competed over the weekend at the Hoosier State Relays qualifier.
This week on CPTV: school shootings and violence are a cause of concern for many students, a number of fairs will take place at CPHS over the next few weeks, and the CP hockey club faces off against their rival Lake Central for the Roper Cup.